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Concrete is a traditional material found somewhere in just about every home. Most homeowners see it as an ugly but necessary surface around their home. Typically concrete is a low maintenance surface, it cleans easily and resists damage when cared for correctly. Over time, though, concrete can start to show signs of wear and tear. No matter how well you take care of your concrete, it’s bound to discolor and crack over time. Most homeowners see the unsightly damage and assume they need to tear it out and start over. If your driveway, patio, or other surface is starting to get on your nerves, knowing your options could save you a lot of money.

There are several processes that can improve the look and function of damaged concrete. Concrete repair is the process of filling cracks and chips in worn patios, sidewalks, or other slabs. This process is mainly used to simply fix the problem, not necessarily make it pretty. Concrete restoration takes repairs a step further. With restoration, not only is the crack filled, but the surrounding area is also buffed and sealed to make the area look more visually pleasing. Restoration can give your patio new life for a number of years. If you feel like your concrete needs a whole new face, resurfacing is the solution. Concrete resurfacing is the process of pouring a new thin layer of concrete over the entire area to give it the appearance of a new patio or sidewalk. If your concrete has a lot of stains or damage resurfacing is a good idea.

You don’t have to settle for ugly, cracked concrete, and you don’t have to tear out your patio and start over. Concrete repair, restoration, and resurfacing can give you the look and feel of a new surface without the work or price. Instead of dealing with the headache of major renovations, give yourself a break and save some money.


After flexkrete broadcast
Before flexkrete
Knock down texture, adobe buff color, non-gloss sealer
After (surebroom with grey sealer)
Before drive resurface
After (white grout lines, red knock down stencil, non-gloss sealer)
After (skip trowel, stain, seal)
Before interior
Stamp overlay border, “knock down” texture, antique white color, non-gloss sealer
Interior skip trowel, stain, seal
Pool deck resurface (skip trowel, stain, non gloss sealer)
Small pool deck resurface
During the process of resurfacing deck
Cleaning pool deck (Before Pic)
City swimming pool (removing old paint and loose concrete) – Before Pic
Roman slate stamp, white base, red release, gloss sealer
Driveway resurface ( grey) and stamp overlay sidewalk (roman slate stamp, white base, red release, gloss sealer)